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Every year at St C’s church is open for 24 hours, for prayer. Volunteers take an hour to pray. What is often remarkable is that we usually have little trouble in filling the night hours, and this year was no … Continue reading
We blessed and used our Church labyrinth for the first time on Sunday evening. Rosie, Parish Assistant, writes: Since the idea of having our own labyrinth here at St Chrysostom’s first came about, and then through the process of making … Continue reading
We’ve a special event at Church when our moveable canvas labyrinth is blessed and used for the first time on Sunday. Rosie, Parish Assistant writes: The idea for our own labyrinth first came from Fr Ian, who came across several … Continue reading